A man who was in quarantine at the Hawksbill center died earlier today.
The man , who was said to be diabetic, was in the process of being discharged from the facility, along with his brother, when he collapsed.
Despite the efforts of the EMS he was later pronounced dead.
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Very sad. Condolences to the deceased. Let us await the official word on the cause of death. But I wonder why are quarantined patients being released without being tested for Coronavirus? We have more than 200 patients in quarantine. Are they being closely monitored and tested before reentering the community?
@ Cassandrak:You are asking some very pertinent questions.
Lord, help! Nah tell me that these persons were in quarantine and did not get tested because they were released into the community. Are we placing people in quarantine just to observe symptoms and if no symptoms shows up we release them without testing for covid? Some people are asymptomatic…COME ON MOH, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
Diamond only a few countries at this time has resources to be testing asymptomatic patients. Fact is the PR test has high failure rates when it comes to testing asymptomatic patients. The WHO guidelines recommend what MOH is doing (limited resources)
Condolences to the family of the deceased
Wow! My mind-reading skills must be nonexistent. Read the article numerous times and it NEVER mentioned anything about tested/not tested.
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